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June 14, 2024

Food

Business

Rogue Valley Farm Tour: Bumper crop of farm stops

Rogue Valley farmers threw their barn doors open to visitors Sunday. The 28 farms participating in the Rogue Valley Farm Tour, spread out from Ashland to the Applegate Valley, gave tours, samples of organic produce and a firsthand look of their operations.

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Events

Talent’s very own tomato turns 65, and there’s going to be a party

The Talent Tomato was born 65 years ago, and the Talent Historical Society is throwing a party to celebrate the anniversary and the man who helped make it possible. The Talent Museum, 105 N. Market St., will host David James and his band — The James Consortium — at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 28, for an evening of music and memories.

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Food

Hundreds of thousands of Oregonians face drastic food budget cut

Oregon food banks are bracing for an uptick in demand in March when hundreds of thousands of state residents will face a drastic cut in their food budget. In March, federal monthly emergency funds will go away, reducing the average benefit from nearly $450 a month to nearly $270 a month for about 410,000 households.

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Latest posts

Service Notice: Celebration of life for Rick Bevel

Service Notice: Rick Bevel lived on the streets of Ashland for the final years of his life, forming relationships with many. Any who wish to remember him are welcome to attend a celebration of life from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 18 at Triangle Park at the corner of Siskiyou Boulevard and Liberty Street, according to an event announcement. 

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Garden of the Month: A labor of love

Garden of the Month: There is an extraordinary garden at 891 Beswick Way, home of Scott Allison. Scott is a naturalist, forester, orchardist and apiarist. This is the Ashland Garden Club’s Garden of the Month for June 2024.

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